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Summary

This practical guide shows the power of multisensory communication as contrasted with monosensory speaking. Using multiple senses is shown by research to increase learner attention, comprehension, and retention. Any preacher or teacher can incorporate more sense appeal resulting in more compelling, clear, and memorable messages with greater impact.

©2009 Rick Blackwood (P)2010 Zondervan

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  • Curtis
  • 25-08-11

Awesome book for heping people remember sermons

This book has a lot of great ideas for helping people understand and remember the idea that you are preaching. Not really a book on expository preaching but great for adding to your sermons and for creative ideas.

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  • Roger Madsen
  • 26-04-18

Great Ideas to Reach Our Culture

I will start implementing these ideas today. This will work! Video already works but using all of the senses will work even better. Thanks

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  • Greg Impink
  • 17-08-16

Could be more practical

He spent a lot of time trying to convince me multisensory communication is good when I'm already there. I wish he spent more time on the practical implementation of this methodology instead. Still a great listen.